One meet remains for Ohio in 2017 and only four swimmers will be competing in the meet.
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With the competition steepening, the times were dropping rapidly for everyone as Ohio concluded the TYR Invitational in Evanston, Ill. in third place.
Ohio alumna Ali Johnstone has been named the new field hockey coach, according to a release by the University on Thursday.
The first invitational of the season for Ohio will occur Nov. 17-19 in Evanston, Ill. at the TYR Invite, with Northwestern as the host.
When a recruit was visiting on a Tuesday night in the spring of 2016, Ana Henderson volunteered to host the recruit. It's a rarity to have someone volunteer, especially on a week night.
Through three meets, Ohio has won 33 events out of a possible 48.
Entering the final event of the day, there were scenarios in which either Ohio or Buffalo could win Saturday's meet. It wasn’t an individual race or dive to determine the winning team, but a relay. Athletes from both teams lined the edges of the pool, cheering on their swimmers.
The last weekend of play for Ohio resembled most of the season. Ohio's defense was under constant pressure as the offense struggled to create opportunities.
Ohio earned first-place finishes in all but one swimming event in its first meet of the year. In its second meet of the year, it only lost two.
Field Hockey: Less focus during practice has doubled the number of cards Ohio has received this year
The first swimmer to touch the wall in all but one race Saturday was representing Ohio. In all, nine different Bobcats won events.
A two-goal deficit with 10 minutes left is a familiar situation for Ohio. Sunday's game against Indiana was the second straight game the Bobcats were in that situation.
Back-to-back wins for the first time this season has shown Ohio field hockey they can continue winning in Mid-American Conference play with how it's playing.
Ohio had its most complete performance Saturday. The Bobcats earned their first shutout since 2015 and their first Mid-American Conference win of the season.